Fall

For Tolkien, this never means “Autumn”.

• 1.048 and they all fell in,
• 1.074 While hammers fell like ringing bells
• 1.081 They fled their hall to dying fall
• 1.090 may the hair on his toes never fall out!
• 1.092 Then he fell flat on the floor,
• 1.123 and a fog fell on Dale,
• 2.037 they fell to arguing.
• 2.112 It must have fallen out of his pocket,
• 3.010 They came to the edge of a steep fall
• 3.012 and nearly fell off,
• 4.005 with a dreadful fall into a dim valley at one side of them.
• 4.014 – beginning to fall down, down,
• 4.016 and several of them fell dead.
• 4.027 pulling at Bilbo’s chain so that he fell forward onto his knees.
• 4.036 and the smoke that now fell from the roof
• 4.037 He fell dead,
• 4.047 At this point Gandalf fell behind,
• 4.051 and fell;
• 5.002 in when he had his fall.
• 5.008 and recover wonderfully from falls
• 5.050 and fell on Bilbo’s toes.
• 5.106 and fell flat with his little sword under him.
• 6.001 Their shadows fell across Bilbo’s path,
• 6.020 and fell over,
• 6.040 of a wide steep slope of fallen stones,
• 6.060 and their dreadful clamour almost made the hobbit fall
• 6.070 Yellowing bracken, fallen branches,
• 6.088 and fell onto the rough platform of an eagle’s eyrie.
• 6.088 and fear lest he fall off that narrow place
• 7.024 if any had been ripe enough yet to have fallen to the ground.
• 7.045 and fell golden on the garden full of flowers that came right up to the steps.
• 7.089 the sun had fallen behind the peaks of the Misty Mountains
• 7.106 and he fell asleep.
• 7.107 and fell asleep again at last
• 7.108 One of the dwarves had fallen over him
• 8.008 and fallen leaving only the broken posts near the bank.
• 8.018 Splash it fell
• 8.021 and suddenly they all fell over on their backs.
• 8.028 Since it did not fall down again,
• 8.030 Bombur has fallen in!
• 8.032 Then they all fell silent;
• 8.046 and waiting for a chance drip to fall
• 8.063 and complete darkness fell.
• 8.065 In the dark he fell over what he thought was a log,
• 8.072 Dead silence fell
• 8.074 and not for the last time fell to thinking
• 8.074 so that when he got up he fell over.
• 8.075 and then he fell down
• 8.089 and the enraged spider fell off the branch,
• 8.108 and fell plop on to the ground,
• 8.112 and fell down the tree
• 8.125 though they fell over with the effort,
• 8.126 and after a while they all fell silent again.
• 8.127 and then he fell asleep,
• 8.130 and as the lights went out he fell like a stone enchanted.
• 9.026 and fell fast asleep.
• 9.026 and he fell asleep
• 9.044 Small wonder if I fall asleep from weariness!’
• 9.045 Come give us a taste of your sleeping-draught before we fall to!
• 9.054 Down into the water he fell,
• 9.055 Then suddenly the trapdoors fell to with a boom
• 10.001 Suddenly the cliff fell away.
• 10.003 and pieced together the scraps of information they let fall,
• 10.003 or fell into disuse;
• 10.006 the noise of the falls could be heard
• 10.007 and was carted past the falls to their town;
• 10.008 and the fall of the lords of Dale.
• 10.010 and the shades of night had fallen.
• 11.003 and their spirits fell.
• 11.013 that fell ever downwards towards the plain.
• 11.016 with a fall of a hundred
• 11.032 They all fell silent:
• 11.032 and their hopes fell.
• 11.032 and fell on the smooth rock-face.
• 11.032 and fell.
• 12.029 Then darkness fell as he passed again.
• 12.048 and tales fall utterly short of the reality,
• 12.068 certainly never how any part of it that might fall to his share
• 12.081 and fell
• 12.098 had fallen from Bilbo.
• 12.101 and stones fell from the roof on their heads.
• 12.101 and an avalanche of splintered stones fell
• 13.001 and utter silence fell about them.
• 13.015 when Bilbo fell forward down the step with a bump into the hall,
• 13.019 it took all light that fell upon it
• 13.023 and fell.
• 13.034 fall back through their fingers with a sigh.
• 13.046 a sound of water fell upon their ears,
• 13.048 and beams of gold fell
• 13.049 Now before them the water fell noisily outward
• 13.064 they found long fallen,
• 14.013 and their shafts fell back kindled by his breath burning
• 14.015 and fell;
• 14.024 Full on the town he fell.
• 14.035 and he fell suddenly silent.
• 14.039 although it was then only the third day after the fall of Smaug.
• 14.043 that fell from his rotting carcase.
• 15.017 may his feathers never fall,
• 15.017 He saw him fall
• 15.028 to the head of the fall
• 15.031 and appeared at the top of the falls;
• 15.034 that they wished things had fallen out otherwise
• 15.036 And ever so his foes shall fall.
• 15.038 While hammers fell like ringing bells
• 15.042 And ever so our foes shall fall!
• 15.043 But Bilbo’s heart fell,
• 16.017 and fell into the cold water with a splash.
• 17.042 Amazement and confusion fell upon them all.
• 17.044 This is how it fell out.
• 17.044 Ever since the fall of the Great Goblin
• 17.048 and many there fell before the rest drew back
• 17.053 heedless of those that fell screaming
• 17.055 fell outward with a crash into the pool.
• 17.056 leapt down to the falls’ foot,
• 17.056 and rider fell or fled before them.
• 17.066 and he fell with a crash
• 18.002 At any rate I am not yet one of the fallen heroes;
• 18.023 He fell upon their rear,
• 18.023 who had fallen pierced with spears,
• 18.024 Then dismay fell on the Goblins
• 18.025 before the fall of night;
• 18.031 There let it lie till the Mountain falls!’
• 18.032 Fili and Kili had fallen defending him
• 19.005 for Bilbo was fallen quiet
• 19.009 till Bilbo’s head fell forward on his chest,
• 19.014 Fall Moon! Dark be the land!
• 19.018 Weariness fell from him soon
• 19.023 as evening fell,
• 19.024 where the pony had fallen
• 19.043 They fell to talking of their times together,
• 19.044 he fell under the dragon-sickness,

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